This week, artist studios in British Columbia, California, North Carolina, Wisconsin, and France.
The new attraction includes a copy of Burden’s “Urban Light” called “Love Light,” a version of Kusama’s “Obliteration Room” dubbed “Love Lock,” and a whole section called “Museum of Ice Cream.”
Hlynur Pálmason’s movie injects some fresh blood into the sometimes moribund state of cinema.
The bronze statue “Early Days” was called “racist and disrespectful” by the San Francisco Arts Commission, which voted unanimously for its removal earlier this month.
The Getty’s acquisition tells the story of how a once-scrappy alternative art space withstood decades of economic and cultural change and survived through the present.
The authors of a book about Lynch’s influence on art try too hard to crack the mystery of his film Mulholland Drive.
In a film set in futuristic Japan, Wes Anderson and his collaborators try to achieve more than cultural appropriation, with mixed results.
Developed from cellulose, it is remarkably thin and lightweight, and scatters light extremely well to achieve an incredibly bright white.
Two week intensives in drawing, painting, or sculpture are an amazing way for professional artists and students of all levels to gain new strategies and find tremendous growth.
Covering the span of 1890 to 1959, A Visual History of Graphic Design illustrates design advancements alongside historical events, from the founding of Pepsi-Cola to the stock market crash.
Bradford’s new paintings tell us how much we don’t know.
I went to see Neil Gaiman in conversation with Brooke Gladstone at BAM.